Then the Anglicans, young and old, will sit down to a feast. And they'll feast, and they'll feast. And they'll feast, feast, feast, feast! They'll feast on the wine and the bread not from yeast. Aw, unleavened bread is a feast I can't stand in the least!
EDIT: While I think it's easy to laugh at this, and even easier to get angry over the sacrilege, I think it's important to remember that the priest is a human being and his heart seems to be in the right place. His misguided move was out of a desire to share Christ with the children in a more "accessible" way. No, that doesn't excuse what he's done, but we should have compassion. It's not easy to captivate a parish during services, especially children. We can complain that not every one is as disciplined and reverent as we are, with our two-to-three-hour long standing services every Sunday, or we can see the situation across the world for what it is: a diminishing laity with many children who are not likely to keep the faith, and clergy that struggles to keep those people "in the fold," as it were.
And you're fine to accuse me of being holier than thou, but I've spent my nights watching clown masses on YouTube and gawking, and that sort of ridicule hasn't gotten me anywhere closer to God. I'm not accusing anyone in the thread of being meanspirited, but there tends to be an air of arrogance in response to these sorts of services and I hope we can move on without tearing everyone apart.